Navigating Change Blog
Cal Zemelman, CVP’s Executive Director of the Data Science & Engineering practice, discusses how bias can affect Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning through a real world example.
CVP has improved its Fake News Detector with a Bidirectional Encoder Representations from Transformers (BERT) model.
CVP knows that change is never easy to digest. Learn how you can prepare and manage change using lessons from the movie, Jumanji: The Next Level.
CVP is playing its part as a responsible partner and to reassure the public safety of our employees, their families, and our community.
CVP continues advances in safer automated driving with the reinforcement learning (RL) method of machine learning.
CVP has created a simple framework with five steps on how to fully utilize Machine Learning to solve a problem.
CVP uses explainable AI to automate detection of fake news in both news and social media.
Building Trust: Mitigating Impediments to Cloud Migration
(Third in a three-part series)
CVP reveals skin cancer detection application at Google Cloud’s 2019 Federal Healthcare Day.
Creating a Framework for Continuous Improvement in Cybersecurity: Part Three in a Three-Part Series on Navigating Change in Cybersecurity
Innovative technology meeting talented people is the crossroads of success for a cybersecurity organization.
Your Big Data System in the Cloud: Getting it Right From the Start (Part Two in a Three-Part Series)
The concept of cloud computing—running workloads remotely over the Internet in a commercial provider’s data center—has analogies anchored in centuries past that serve to illustrate the imperatives, benefits, and sheer logic of cloud migration for 21st century...
Harnessing the Power of Machine Learning and Automation in Cybersecurity: Part Two in a Three Part Series on Navigating Change in Cybersecurity.
In the first blog post in this series—Raising the IQ of Cybersecurity—we discussed how good cybersecurity requires innovative and continuous security services to manage risk. CVP’s answer is our “Predict. Prevent. Protect.” model, a structured cybersecurity approach...
Amid Continuous Change, the Data Science Revolution Adds Value to Your Organization: Part One in a Three-Part Series
Data scientists help decision-makers shift from ad hoc analysis to an ongoing conversation with data. — Harvard Business Review The history of data science is short, but its roots are deep. Enabled over the last 15 years or so by the rapid increase in computing power,...
Raising the IQ of Cybersecurity: Part One in a Three-Part Series on Navigating Change in Cybersecurity
The face of cybersecurity in today’s world is constantly evolving across a growing attack surface. Enterprises are quickly reacting to properly fund their cybersecurity programs while identifying and retaining highly qualified staff. Failure is not an option when it...
We live in a time of accelerated change. Never has technology played a more significant role in enabling change in organizations, markets, nations, businesses, and in all walks of life than it does today. Given the pace of change, it is not enough for organizations...
Innovation is described as “a new method, idea, product, etc.” Pretty simple, right? Yet innovation is quite complex and can serve as the accelerant organizations need to grow.
RPA, a technology that uses a robot to automate a set of mechanical tasks, has a great number of benefits.
Markets We Serve: An Overview – Navigating Change in National Security, Healthcare, and the Public Sector
The health and national security markets are changing faster than ever. Learn how CVP is navigating change in these dynamic markets in a blog post by CVP’s VP of Corporate Growth Gus Vazquez
With modernization, companies need to be proactive and take a critical look at how they recruit, hire, train, and treat their employees to keep good talent and stay competitive in a changing world.
For several of us in the healthcare world, the national Triple Aims of reducing cost while improving care quality/outcomes and increasing access to care continue to be the guiding light in terms of investment and value we deliver to our customers.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you probably know the hype around artificial intelligence (AI) is at extreme levels.
It all started rather innocently: an acquaintance of a CVP employee asked if we could look at the mobile shopping app they were having an offshore team develop.
The word innovation is a hot term these days, but real innovation cannot just be a buzzword. Companies that want to use technology to do things differently require an understanding of the underlying principles that create and foster innovation.
There is no textbook for where our organizations or societies are going next with the rapid, exponential changes in technology and services possible as a result. The next seven years will see more change than the last 20 years combined in terms of network devices, data on the planet, and computational capabilities.